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At the edge of
a hayfield

Wharfedale
 

Spring on Boss
Moor

Glaisdale
 

On Boss Moor in
winter

Moorland at dusk
 

Kingsdale
 

Little Fryupdale,
July

Weather and
light

Spring on Boss Moor
 

Winter light
 

Sunshine haytime
 

Fryupdale, the
head of the dale

Spring on Boss
Moor

Spring on Boss Moor
 

Fryupdale

On Boss Moor
 

Looking towards
Ingleborough

Malhamdale winter
 

Hazy warmth
 

The road over
the moor

Summer on
the moor

Bright moorland
weather

May,
Little Fryupdale

A windy day in
Malhamdale

On a farm track
 

Malhamdale,
early summer

On Boss Moor
 

Cold and windy
Malhamdale

On Weets Lane
 

Winter,
Malham Moor

Winter on
Boss Moor

At the edge of the
moor

Autumn on
Boss Moor

Malhamdale,
late summer

In a Malham
hayfield

On the road to
Lee Gate

On Gordale Lane
 

In the long grass
 

In the long grass
 

A wild spring day
on the moor

Autumn light
 

Summer land
and sky

A road on
Wensleydale

In a limestone
pasture

On Askrigg Moor
 

Summer on
Boss Moor

Summer sky
over Boss Moor

Late summer
in Malhamdale

Swaledale summer
 

Deepdale
 

Looking towards
Flasby Fell

A walk
in winter

Autumn in
Barbondale

In the depths
of winter

Moorland spring
 

Summer in
Deepdale

Haytime
 

Winter on
Malham Moor

A wild spring day
in Malhamdale

Spring journey
 

After the rain
 

In a field
in Malhamdale

Rain over
the land

A bright sky
over Winterburn

Rain clouds
 

Summer on
Malham Moor

Above Hetton on a
bright day

A cold bright
day, Malhamdale

Summer skies
over Boss Moor

Autumn in
Wensleydale

Late summer
light

Wensleydale
summer

Summer moorland
and sky

The last of the
snow

Haytime in
Deepdale

After the rain
 

A bright day
 

Summer rain
over Winterburn

Autumn in
Swaledale

Autumn journey
 

Winter on
the moor

Summer on
Boss Moor

Summer rain on
Boss Moor

Above Keasden,
winter

On Weets Lane,
Malhamdale




Born in the Yorkshire Dales Katharine’s practice as an artist is an ongoing engagement with the Northern British landscape, especially her native Malhamdale.
Being of this landscape and continuing to live in it, her paintings and drawings explore the atmosphere of these wild and sometimes remote places. Her largest paintings are mostly created in the studio.
They are informed by the many hours spent outdoors where most of her smaller works are made.